Son Of Hollywood Director Posts Chilling Video Online Before Deadly Killing Spree (VIDEO)
22 year-old Elliot Rodger, the son of Peter Rodger – one of the assistant directors on “The Hunger Games,” posted this chilling video to You Tube shortly before a deadly shooting spree Friday night near the University of California in Santa Barbara that killed 6.
In the video, titled “Elliot Rodger’s Retribution,” Rodger laments the fact that he was still a virgin and unsuccessful in winning the attention of local college girls. In the rambling and disturbing video, he vowed his revenge;
“I’ll take great pleasure in slaughtering all of you. You will finally see that I am in truth the superior one, the true alpha male… I will be a god compared to you. You will all be animals. You are animals, and I will slaughter you like animals. I hate all of you. Humanity is a disgusting, wretched, depraved species… after I have annihilated every single girl in the sorority house I’ll take to the streets of Isla Vista and slay every single person I see there.”
At a news conference Saturday, Santa Barbara Sheriff Bill Brown is quoted as saying the deadly spree was;
“…obviously the work of a madman.”
Rodger had apparently been posting disturbing videos to You Tube for quite some time. Latina Fox News reported;
“(Rodger’s) family called police several weeks ago after being alarmed by YouTube videos “regarding suicide and the killing of people.”
An article posted to the Forbes website Saturday entitled The Disturbing Internet Footprint Of Santa Barbara Shooter Elliot Rodger gives an in-depth look at just how obvious the warning sign were that Rodger was in need of some serious help.
Elliot Rodger was found dead at the scene of a gunshot wound to the head in an apparent suicide.
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